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Be an In-School Mentor

Who can be a mentor? You can! Kids need real people with real experience to help them realize their  [ ... ]

Sexual health walk-in clinic

A sexual health walk-in clinic will offer Islanders another way to access sexual health services, in [ ... ]

Charlottetown’s Historic Squares exhibit

Charlottetown’s Historic Squares exhibit

The City of Charlottetown Planning and Heritage Department has created an exhibit exploring the history of its five historic squares. The display is part of the ongoing Picturing a City series that celebrates Charlottetown’s past through photos, stories and artifacts. Entitled, Picturing a City: Historic Squares, the new exhibit features images from the City’s Archival Collection and numerous
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Free transportation at Cloggeroo

The provincial government will sponsor free transportation at this year’s Cloggeroo festival to help keep visitors safe.

The Liquor Control Commission is supporting a free shuttle service for Prince Edward Island’s annual folk festival, which will bring musicians and fans from across Canada to the banks of the Brudenell River in Georgetown August 10 to 12. This is the fifth year that the
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Forging ahead

Eric and Dianne Schurman of Malpeque Fine Iron

Way Up West
by Jan Cox

When you enter the grounds of Malpeque Fine Iron Products, you enter a whole other world. You expect the creatures that greet you to start talking. This article cannot do justice to the wow factor of the experience.

Eric and Dianne Schurman are about to celebrate the 20th anniversary of Malpeque Fine Iron Products. Dianne can’t
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We hear the sea

We hear the sea
The Cove Journal

by JoDee Samuelson

The sea roared all night, the rain pounded down, and in the morning the shore was strewn with broken crab bodies, flecks of foam, stranded jellyfish, and seaweed tips of brown algae fucus serratus. A cormorant lay dead in the sand, its fluorescent orange hooked upper mandible (beak) clamped perfectly closed over its bottom mandible, its sand-filled eyes staring
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Milkweed for Monarchs

Milkweed for Monarchs
The Nature of PEI

by Gary Schneider

There is a buzz around pollinators these days. We’re hearing about them as never before, whether we care about honeybees, Monarch butterflies, or the hundreds of other pollinators that are important contributors to environmental health. Concerns over neonicotinoids, an insecticide used on many PEI crops, are all over the news as scientists document the damage
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Historic churches of the South Shore

Historic churches of the South Shore

At one time the Island was a veritable hotbed of religious fervor, as evidenced by the hundreds of churches that dotted every roadside from North Cape to East Point. Although many of these small churches have now closed, many are still open and thriving and in August the public is invited to visit some of the oldest churches on the South Shore.

A tour of historic churches of the south shore will
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Art Fresh wins Summit Creative Award

Art Fresh is a Best of Show and Silver Winner in the 2018 Summit Creative Award competition in the USA for its two branding projects.​

“It is very exciting that Art Fresh Branding Studio is a Best of Show and Silver Winner in Non-Profit Marketing and Complete Rebrand/Redesign Categories at the 2018 Summit Creative Award Competition! It is a prestigious honour to receive recognition from
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Cornwall Outdoor Gallery

The Town of Cornwall has opened an outdoor gallery. The Gallery is a four year project within the community to enhance the ecological diversity of the trail which runs through the area. Thousands of trees, shrubs, wildflowers, fern and wetland species have been planted and the trail is set up with signs for each native species to give trail-goers an educational experience. This email address is
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Change of Chairs at Women’s Network PEI

After eight years on the board of directors of Women’s Network PEI, Beti Andric has stepped down as board chair. Beti joined the board in 2010 after having been involved as a volunteer with the organization and became the board chair in 2013.

“Women’s Network PEI is one of those organizations making real change on every level—from improving individual women’s lives through its programming, to
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Leger Park reopens in August

The Leger Park in Summerside is being upgraded with relocation of play structures, water and sewer line installation, splash pad creation, paving of pathways, and installation of concessions services and new play structures. The anticipated re-open date is August 10.

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Some Upcoming Events

Trailside Café 2018

Select dates Trailside Café    Steve Marriner
November 23 A member of MonkeyJunk, Stev [ ... ]

Confederation Centre: Art Gallery exhibi...

Open daily The Ronald Bloore Conservation Project Until January 13 Inspired by then newly-built C [ ... ]

Kelley’s Christmas

Kelley Mooney and friends in holiday season concert series November 21, 25 & December 13
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Recent News & Articles

Acadian showman

Profile: Christian Gallant by Jane Ledwell Forty-six musicians and step dancers took the stage at  [ ... ]

Young Company headed to National Child W...

The TD Confederation Centre Young Company is hitting the road again. After a busy 2017 season that s [ ... ]

9th UPEI Chancellor

Honourable Catherine Callbeck installed The Honourable Catherine Callbeck has been installed as the [ ... ]